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Old 03-31-2015, 12:57 AM   #41
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A couple zip ties, a steel plate and magnetic hooks provide a spot for our coffee cups off the counter and out of the way.

Also used magnet attachment to hold the dish sponge by the sink
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Old 03-31-2015, 01:03 AM   #42
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I use Gear Ties here for keys and eyeglasses - this makes them easily found and safely kept
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For Thegirlfromlimberlost:
You might check post #31 in this thread. It is a nice adjustable storage shelf unit that fits well over the stove cover. Extremely affordable and stable. A couple photos more to show it in use.
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Old 04-25-2017, 11:59 PM   #44
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A few other ideas to show how easy it is to personalize your A-Frame without sacrificing precious counter space or floor space and the ideas are fuss free. Easy peasy to make changes in decor in a small space
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Old 05-12-2017, 06:49 PM   #45
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A frame camper mods

We added shelving brackets that are attached through the metal window frame. Threaded screw bolts with nuts on both sides to offset the bolt head to hang and remove the shelving brackets. Curtains with blackout material on backside and insul-bright sewn in the middle to help keep out the heat & cold. The shelving will fit on the rear bed or behind the mattress it does bounce and move if not secured laying on the matress
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Wall decals

How are your wall decals holding up? Are they staying on the textured walls ok? I was going to use them but wondered if they would come off with the added humidity of summer. You have done a great job on your decorating. I have decorated our A213HW but don't know how to post more than one photo.
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Vinyl artwork is still up, doing great. I suppose it would also depend on having a clean surface and how much adhesive is on the decal.
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